Putting Achievement First
Congratulations to sisters Lisa and Emma in Year 11 who are balancing their studies with serious competition, taking part in the Shrikyu Marshal Arts Karate Competition in Kent on Sunday 3rd June. Emma received 2 golds, a silver and a bronze medal and is now the champion female point sparer in her age group. She also came 1st in the unisex light semi contact sparring. Lisa received a silver in the unisex kata division and a silver in the female point sparring. Well done! +
Our students made us very proud today working with professionals, including Stephen Lloyd, at the Eastbourne Schools Partnership event hosted by Eastbourne College. The focus was 'Your Town, Your Ideas, Your Future'. Next steps for our Year 10 leadership group is to support the Health and Wellbeing programme and make their applications for the Student Cabinet! +
The official countdown to Eastbourne’s most prestigious summer sporting event began this morning when our Year 8 and Year 9 students took to the court at Devonshire Park. Nature Valley International Tournament Director, Gavin Fletcher, joined Meads Lawn Tennis Club’s Head Coach, Francesca Scollo and young players from around the region to celebrate a town with tennis at its heart. +
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